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"In China our system is different. When we decide to do something we can just push on with it...we know we will get government support," he told Reuters in an interview.
But Su says GreenGen, controlled by state-owned power firm Huaneng Group, is not trying to compete with similar carbon capture and storage projects in Germany and the United States.
If the 400 megawatt (MW) plant is built on time and at a reasonable cost, it could bring sweeping change to China's power industry and its international image, and potentially billions of dollars for Huaneng, which owns 52 percent of GreenGen Co Ltd.